Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paddy Power Betfair Plc LSE:PPB London Ordinary Share IE00BWT6H894 ORD EUR0.09
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5,676.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5,694.00 5,700.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,684.56 196.65 217.34 27.2 4,475
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 5,676.00 GBX

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Paddy Power Betfair Daily Update: Paddy Power Betfair Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PPB. The last closing price for Paddy Power Betfair was 5,676p.
Paddy Power Betfair Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 78,837,769 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Paddy Power Betfair Plc is £4,474,831,768.44.
philanderer: Also one of The Independent`s share tips for 2017: The Independent: Balfour Beatty plc (LON:BBY), Persimmon Plc (LON:PSN), Paddy Power Betfair (LON:PPB), Kier Group Plc (LON:KIE), RPC Group Plc (LON:RPC), Auto Trader Group Plc (LON:AUTO).
philanderer: Paddy Power Betfair’s 15% de-rating over the past month creates an attractive entry point, prompting Goldman Sachs to upgrade the stock to ‘buy’ from ‘neutral’;. The 12-month price target was bumped up to 11,400p from 10,100p.
philanderer: upgrade... Paddy Power Betfair Plc (LON:PPB) was upgraded by analysts at Berenberg Bank to a “hold” rating in a research report issued to clients and investors on Friday. The brokerage presently has a 8300p price objective on the stock, up from their previous price objective of 7500p
philanderer: Updating the market, FTSE-listed Paddy Power Betfair (PPB) has confirmed that it has entered a long-term data usage partnership with Football DataCo. Read more: HTTP://
philanderer: July 2016 low of 7895p sure to be tested the way it`s going. Absolute dog for the last 3 months... WMH outperforming PPB by a mile over the last month
philanderer: Goldman Sachs BE A relatively strong statement with 9M16 underlying EBITDA of £294mn, up £82mn yoy proforma vs. company-compiled consensus +£84mn for 2016, while management’s 2016 proforma EBITDA guidance increased to £390- £405mn, 3% above consensus at the midpoint (ex. £5m early synergy delivery in 2016) and 5% above previous guidance (ex. early synergy delivery). 3Q16 net revenue growth decelerated to 15% (ex FX) from 20% in 2Q16, albeit in the context of 3Q16 marketing spend +14% yoy underlying (1H16: +31%) and slightly less benefit from the Euro. On outlook, management says industry competition is high as is regulatory uncertainty, but believes its scale and capability position it well for profitable growth. BE They’re neutral. BE PPB trades at a CY17E P/E of 22x and a 5.1% FCF yield, which adequately reflects its growth prospects (CY16-19E EPS CAGR 21%) and high return on capital (CY17E CROCI 37%), in our view. Our 12-month price target of 9,800p is based on EV/EBIT vs. 1-yr forward EBIT growth for online consumer discretionary peers at CY20E, discounted back to CY17 (at 9% pa). HTTP://
philanderer: Barclays upgrades Paddy Power Betfair forecasts Barclays is forecasting that bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair (PPB) will deliver ‘multi-year217; top-line growth. Barclays analyst Patrick Coffey retained his ‘overweight217; recommendation and target price of 11500p. He upgraded full-year 2016 and full-year 2017 earnings per share estimates by 1% and 3% respectively to reflect the fact that the business can benefit to some degree from the weak pound. ‘We are 10% ahead of company consensus Ebitda [earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation] in full-year 2017,’ he said. ‘We are bullish on PPB’s ability to deliver multi-year top line growth and high underlying operational gearing. ‘We continue to think consensus materially underestimates the operational gearing potential of PPB.’ Citywire
philanderer: Joshua Raymond, analyst at said: ‘Given the fact the firms half year includes not only the Euro 2016 tournament but consistent shocks in the Premier League season which saw Leicester City win the league and Newcastle FC relegated, the market was expecting strong earnings from Paddy Power.’ He added: ‘So all in all its a solid report from the firm but one must remind that market expectations had been fairly high going into its report and further exemplified by the fact share prices are closing in on the psychologically important £100 level. ‘Having rallied from £79 per share since the start of July, it will be interesting to see if shareholders begin to lock in their gains after a solid earnings report.’ Read more: HTTP://
philanderer: The week ahead: Glencore, WPP, Paddy Power Betfair Expecting a "solid" set of first half results from Paddy Power Betfair (PPB), Barclays is making room for cash profit of £176 million as a result of further market share gains and a positive Euro 2016. Investors will look for guidance on cost synergies, wagered growth, full-year guidance and technology integration. News on the integration of the pair will also go down well seeing as the merger was just six months ago. A target price of 115p underpins its 'buy' rating. "PPB is our Top Pick. We believe that the shares could double. There is a lot for management to potentially discuss at the H1 results, yet it is unclear how much management will want to give away," says analyst Patrick Coffey. Davy Stockbrokers released a note in which explains that the announcement for company’s financial results will be closely monitored not only because it will provide analysts with insights about the future strategies, but also because it will give them with an update related to the synergies, the impact of the changes in the management and the overall integration process. Back in April, Paddy Power Betfair released a trading update and reassured the interested parties that the integration process was going according to plan. Davy remains optimistic about the soon-to-be-published financial results. Paddy Power Betfair merger is expected to lead to higher cost savings in a long term. It is also expected to achieve positive operational gearing in the next few years and develop technology that would make the company a self-sufficient in the long run. According to Davy’s analysts, Paddy Power should report strong growth of online gambling activities in Paddy’s Australian operations and Betfair’s US ones. Expectations are generated EBITDA for Q2 of the year to be at least £120.4 million. Summer months were pretty busy, especially during the “bookie-friendly” Euro 2016, which made analysts hopeful that Paddy Power Betfair will post improved revenues and earnings. Davy Stockbrokers’ analysts released a joint report related to Paddy Power Betfair H1 performance and emphasized that the 7-month period since the deal was closed was enough for posting stable revenues. They also noted that there is a chance Paddy Power Betfair to exceed their expectations as far as projected savings were concerned and added that they consider the £50 million synergies a bit conservative. HTTP://
philanderer: 'Market Report: Paddy Power Betfair tumbles as Credit Suisse questions merger' Shares in Paddy Power Betfair sank after Credit Suisse questioned the “extent of the benefits” from the newly-merged betting giant. The investment bank said synergies alone are a poor rationale for M&A in a growth industry such as online gaming. Ed Birkin, of Credit Suisse, said: “We believe that scale is not as important as many believe, and is no indication of potential market share gains.” As separate entities, both companies had strong brands, high quality management teams and good products, the bank said. As such, it believes the post-merger share price reaction is overdone. Given its apprehensive tone, Credit Suisse began covering the FTSE 100 stock by issuing an “underperform” rating and a price target of £86.50. The bank urged investors to remember that “it is unlikely that every merger will be a success”. However, Mr Birkin highlighted the merger will lead to a significant boost to the technology budget and marketing spend. While analysts acknowledge the combined management team are extremely strong, they are less convinced about the scale of the potential benefit in bringing the two companies together, compared to leaving them as standalone entities. Shares closed down 405p, or 4.3pc, at £89.25. Shares surged by more than 60pc since the merger, which created a €10bn gambling giant, was announced in August. HTTP://
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